S. COLE, PH. D. - PROFESSIONAL RESUMÉ
Henry S. Cole, Ph. D., founded Henry S. Cole & Associates, Inc.
in 1993. He has a long and distinguished career as an environmental
scientist and leader. Dr. Cole brings a wealth of experience, skill and
credentials as a scientist and environmental leader.
Cole received a Ph.D. in meteorology from the University of Wisconsin
in 1969. His dissertation involved the reconstruction of past climates
and his minor was geology. He obtained his B.S. with High Honors from
Rutgers University - College of Agriculture. He attained membership in
Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi (Honorary Research Society). Majors included
soil science and meteorology.
the 1970's, Dr. Cole was an Associate Professor of Environmental Earth
Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Parkside. In this capacity he:
a research program in air pollution meteorology and photochemical
several environmental organizations
a member of the Wisconsin State Air Pollution Control Council
as an environmental advisor to former Congressman Les Aspin
also was Professor of Environmental Studies at Howard University (1979-1980).
1977-1983, Dr. Cole served as a senior scientist and section chief with
U.S. EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. In this
capacity, he directed several programs that used air quality models
to develop control strategies for stationary source, urban and regional
air pollution problems.
Cole served as Science Director of Clean Water Action from 1983 to 1992.
In this role he helped lead national coalitions working to strengthen
Superfund, and to promote waste reduction and recycling over disposal.
In addition, he:
a series of reports alerting the public to the nation's mercury contamination
problem -- its extent, sources and solutions. The reports received
widespread media coverage and spurred successful campaigns to reduce
mercury use and emissions.
a series of reports on EPA's Superfund Cleanup Program and testified
frequently before the U.S. Congress on ways to improve the hazardous
waste site cleanup program.
technical and strategic assistance to dozens of community organizations,
corporations, and municipal governments in their efforts to obtain
protective cleanups of Superfund sites and other hazardous waste and
environmental release sites.
and Publications List provided on request.